signed/unsigned integer conversion for right shift seems

Jonathan Wakely
Wed Feb 7 18:41:00 GMT 2018

On 7 February 2018 at 18:32, Peter T. Breuer wrote:
> "Also sprach Jonathan Wakely:"
>> > Correct. I am exact, which is the minimum anyone can be.
>> I prefer this from
>> Thus sophist (which comes from Greek sophist?s, meaning "wise man" or
>> "expert") earned a negative connotation as "a captious or fallacious
> It is ambiguous in the sense that both it and its opposite are possible
> dictionary meanings, a rare distinction.  Your choice was number 2 in
> the usual dictionary list.  I preferred number 1 both on the basis of
> accuracy in this instance and popularity as per the dictionary ordering.
> I could care less ;)
> It illustrated that you should be more careful, so I allowed it.
>> reasoner." Sophistry is reasoning that seems plausible on a
>> superficial level but is actually unsound, or reasoning that is used
>> to deceive.
> Unfortunately for your likely intention, my reasoning is both deep and
> correct and it is on display preciely in order that you may be able to
> take issue with it at any point in it.

You are and I claim my five pounds.

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